There are so many great things to see and do on Anglesey that make your Anglesey holidays go without a hitch, whether you're looking for fabulous beaches, great attractions, or just somewhere to chill out and relax Anglesey has it all.
Accommodation in Anglesey
The Isle of Anglesey offers an excellent choice of accommodation from a wide range of hotels to caravan and camp sites. In fact there's something to suit all budgets.
Some of the excellent places to stay on Anglesey include the towns of Rhosneigr and Treaddur Bay on the south coast and Amlwch and Benllech on the north coast.
The Trearddur Bay Hotel is one of Anglesey's top hotels and is located on Holy Island at Anglesey's western most point. The beach at Trearddur is excellent and the hotel is an ideal base for a journey to Ireland as the town of Holyhead and its ferry port is just 3 miles away.
Tre Ysgawen Hall Country House Hotel is one of Anglesey's finest hotels and is an old country house hotel located close to the market town of Llangefni. The Tre Ysgawen offers an excellent opportunity to pamper yourself away from the more usual tourist spots.
Of course no review of Anglesey accommodation could be complete without a look at the town of Beaumaris located on Anglesey's east coast looking out towards the mountains of Snowdonia. The top quality Bulkeley Hotel has views right onto Beaumaris promenade and is within easy walking distance of Beaumaris Castle.
Anglesey has so much to see and do that you'll feel one visit is never enough. You can explore the ancient castle at Beaumaris or the wonderful marine life at the Anglesey Sea Zoo. Take in the beautiful butterfly's at the Pili Palas or explore the beaches at Red Wharf Bay or Aberffraw.
Journey towards the west of Anglesey and take in the ancient copper mine at Amlwch or take in a free visit at Wylfa Nucler power station.
If you like the fresh air then the get outdoors at Holyhead at the Penrhos Nature Reserve or take a look around the Breakwater Country Park and Holyhead mountain. If you're really up for a walk then hike on over the the South Stack and see thousands of nesting birds in the cliffs.